With its large size 4.3-inches multi-touch screen, 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor and other amazing specs, HTC HD2, atleast in terms of hardware power has already bulldozed its contemporaries devices and is by now surely a big powerhouse in cellular world. We had tried to keep our readers updated during the entire course of its development phase through our various posts. Just to refresh your memory, HTC HD2 is powered by Microsoft’s newly released Windows Mobile 6.5 and is the first Windows phone to feature multi-touch support through HTC Sense (aka HTC TouchFLO 3D 2.5).
Motorola yesterday unveiled their much hyped Droid phone which will be the first phone to be powered by Android 2.0 platform and is set to release on November 6th on Verizon Wireless. The timing of Droid phone release is interesting as it collides with the first multitouch-capable Windows phone (HD2) by HTC which is also set to release next month and will be powered by Windows Mobile 6.5 with HTC Sense running on top it. The following comparison may help you decide which phone to get between these two, come this fall.